3 Divorce Financial Steps You Should Take First-
Here are the first three divorce financial steps you should take before you begin the divorce process. While these steps seem small, they are practical and valuable first steps. They get your mind focused on your finances and keep your eyes on the future! You can get through your divorce!0
Is Your Attorney a Divorce Financial Expert?-
Finances play a major role in divorce. It is unreasonable to think that just because your attorney is an expert at family law they are also a divorce financial expert. How will they handle these types of situations? Will they ignore them? Try to muddle through? Or will they seek outside help? Here are a few questions to help you know how your divorce attorney may respond.
Whose Side Is Your Divorce Attorney On?-
Before you decide to file for divorce, make sure you understand how the Family Court system works and how to protect yourself. Here are a few questions to ask your attorney to make sure that they are one of the “good guys”.
What’s a QDRO – 5 Things to Know About Divorce and 401(k)s-
So, you’ve reached a settlement agreement with your spouse, and you’re now in the final stretch of divorce. Then your attorney or mediator leans over and says, “By the way, you will need a QDRO to split that account. And it is going to cost a little extra.” Wait, what? Are you serious? What even is a QDRO?”
Understanding Your Divorce Settlement-
After all of the emotions and the tears, you’re still standing. The overwhelm of change throughout the divorce process didn’t defeat you. Now all you are facing is your new life. The only problem is you can’t see it quite yet. Knowing what is in your divorce settlement is one of the first things you will need to give you a good start in your new life.
Divorce Resources for the Emotions Rollercoaster-
Let’s face it. Divorce is hard. When you’re going through a divorce, it seems like every day you’re on an emotional rollercoaster that you can’t get off. One day, you’re feeling sad, angry, or bitter. The next, you’re feeling lost or lonely. The Divorce Rollercoaster of Emotions is not something you want to go through alone, nor should you! There are divorce resources that can help.
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